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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBRTDnE IVAILY PAGE THRKB TurnYourOdd Pieces into Cash By Using the "1 Sale' Surprise You How Easy It Is To Sell Anything Child's Ann Was Broken By Kick 'From a Horse Our Own Corrcspcudent) JU.YJIOND, Dec. of taymond awoke ijunday morning and lound two inches ot snow ou tho Man Appointed Greek Ambassa- dor to. United States Refuse (p Enter Alliance With Norrts Opposing ATHENS, Deo. Sicilllanos, Jrpnnd, .All of.the_politlcal bureau o( thi> for- the beautiful Xnias weather. The elga offlco said today ,-he had beonj thermometer'dropped to 13 degrees nominated minister to "the United below today., .States. that.he :'would-go WINNIPEG. Dec. 22.-A committee put on by the Fire: to America early.in January and post- o[ the Independent Farmers' party iu Part organization was a huge sue- ibly would bo accompanied -by the provincial- legislature finally met Seas financially. Several- hundred I'rlucess Anastacla, who before her preniler Norrts this evening with re- Icllars were taken the various marriage to Princo Christopher to their course of action in Ihe tommlUecs in'charge. Greece was Jlrs. Win. U. COD1iKg session of the Manitoba legls- Jlisa HatllB Card won in the'con- -New (.York. 11 had been that lest as'queen: of tho .ioyfeslar over'' -who; a working arrangement Uwflu'-d ba Idas Emma V Ferii i.'Dalil' .'old, (lines, was, .Imprisoned, Or a Eorrot fusion" of fiho gov- knir'MiBs'Whtleliead' JJlss; .Corldss declared the ommcnt with the Jaraer'paav but flropplng ci...... t _, _.. The Dtt' SflturdllT -3 t; .waru app, a meeting this afternoon. Mrs. I.. Bliss Roberts who has Sialor'1. Martin C.: Independent "Farmers! >Party lin'lstc .Iliah minister' and ''it ''was'explained parties could agree op ,i.i. iay lor Bait .Lake; City, where they Kill spend the Xmaa' holldaya! Mr and Mrs. Andrew Walton, Mr; tnd Mrs; WIlford.Heuinger and Mr. Mrs.- ,T. ,O. King were iri Leth- bridge on '-Monday" attending' the fun- eral .services over, the Infant daugh- ter of Mr.' and. Mrs. J. T. Henihger, who died Saturday, Dec.: 18th: Mr and Mre. Honda Dahl left Thurs- a policy of farm- del decid- opposirigHhe Nor- it was consideri'd', advisable in order to preserve Hhe identity of Uie Inde- pendent Fanners' party that they de- cline the suggestion.of. alliance mad.e; a .further'reason being their desire to' retain the npsitlt.n of absolute in- j T Me-- BUSINESS CARDS' If you have any article te rooms Horrent, property to pose want to engage helpV-' try. a II-...1J rirlii: 11 v They bring and re- suits couiit. j Try One; Today Dr. A. Greenaway 'and Organizatiqn Corrupts iffl -wens visitors' In- teftibridEe on Faith- of YnirtJiB: 1 aim pt IQUItlS pec.- Ijth, at' the home ind Mrs.- Ralph.ithe Bli'year old son'of holy office Mrs. John Powelson was xick'ed. 'sued, a .decree -today; asking-- Catholic by a h'prse breaking the 'arm; between''.bishops ;.to--watch o "an', organization' j the shoulder-and elbow. drcen-'which; .while professing absolute free-, twa'y' itnd' mifle th'e ,of him wai i Bloi-e 'Than Half" Castelvenzer Force' Ufged to leave Fiurrte per'llne (Count six words to a Mini- mum, 2i cents, '-Inn'tlont "for of 4. '-.QUEBEC, 'Dec.' (Canadian! rStt. .fitervlew here yester- his return'from Ottawa where he.lspoko before the Canadian Club. J. commented on. his "I'ouserved-in-our friends of On- tario marked sentiments cordiality arid benevolence towards us. There Ontario Is desired, and bel'eve that'll is the attitude of Que bee that-has'aroused this feeling i our. Ontario, f Referringilo his reception.at Olta wa, he "No public man Vfa ever given o more charming reception. It. wt.s th visible expression ot Bincere frleni' LADIES ro make switches, .tfarisfonuatlons. etc.. frora your combings. Switches ?1.00 an OL Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. pR. O. J. COUUTISB, Dentist, former, ly of Las located at 679 Granville Kt.. Vancauvcr, B. C. Phone 3ey. 9300. Opposite Hiid- SOD'B Bay Co. OSTEOPATn-c r.: allow ilheru- sc.lyos to near- sighted. At' tho first -iudica'.'on of mpalred' eyesight J. M. luiderson anil "get their'vision pcr- glaljse's. DR. J E. HORNINO. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. SberlocS Hour.3 appointment. T .PH'-VATE HOSPITALS Care of Wright's- Jdwelry Store. iTHE VAN PrlTate -Hoi- Vital mit7th Afs a, Uthhrldjs; 7.4S. Accommodation !oi- gical. rupdica! .'and maternity pa- tients. .Private nd Rates J30.00, (33.00 and. 13 i a week. Write "tci tDformatloa Ills M. EL Van lUu-lem. M'jiic' SIGHT BPECIAWST S2Z Bth St. S. Opposite the Empress. Phone I85S. R.i John Dlrich, 21 years old, killed by coat being entangled in fly wheel of properly. The lad .Tho.Jecreo Lttip Tpun'g pec. greater eplendldly.- r-'.-.r-v Ipart 'of who POPULATION; OF TOWN IN AUSTRALIA ARJ1S landed at Castelvcnier, havo been who know Us real.nature'. The captured by the Italian regulars, ac- decree says the'organization corrupts cording to' a'Trieste dispatch- to.the the faith of (London Times received by way of j'-...-- .'TO.DISAUM JAPS forbids pa'pers.jperiodlcals and organ-! Tho d'AnnunzIo consist o! _'______ favoring I religious radicalism Piume, 200. at San MELBOURNE, Dec. 22.-r-VlrlualIy andj Iniilffereutlsm nrq.recalled .-in the .Slarcos, 200 on'the.rsland-.of Arbe. and Ihe) entire white, population of Broome Decree, which rpquests tha. bishops to GlSO'.oh Yegll They .'possess _ several baye sworn in as- .cominunlcate.jiyith.the. witjh: neld and -armored engaged in inisix. months tho decisions Is no hostility on their part. There, Ichopping-machlne.-near Portage as hererB-closoirrelatlonshlp between-.Prairie. NOTICE 'LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OP THE OF ALBERTA flfsafmlhg r'the'' Japanese, as' a result the-'subject at regional congresses, resuljliij; in Ho who tnocks and runs away may t'iyo eight tugs" an a five steam ships.'" General Caviglia's'appeal to the clr- the hotels in .Broome have been closed live to wield the hammer in the-next Finnic, to the city, dispatch, has created In order to-prevent'further bloodshed, political campaigi Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS jiiendous .a fi-e- EXTRACT.oM RDLES IIELATIN0 TO' PillVATB'BILLS 317. All pe.Qtions for Private Bills shall be in.duplicate and shall be delivered ;to not.later than before this opening day of v -i, i All the stractlon or imprp.Ternent'qf a ifarbor, canal, lock, dam, slide ,or other like work; the granting, of. of ferp-, the incorporation of any particular trade or calling, any. joint stock company; or otherwise'for grantiiig'to any-individual e'xclusivo.or'pecullar rightsvor privileges whatever, or thing, which in its operation would Ontario Minister of Labor Fro- posal in .Connection With, Unemployment Situation HAMILTON, Dec. Hon. -P. C. Biggs, minister public works for told .a gathering ot manufac- turers, merchants 'and businessmen here last night, when tho nnenjploy- ntent situation was dlscilssed that his department was preparing to carry on work on th6 highways at the earliest possible moment and in the mean- time a number of men could get work j. j. iticio v-iiy jioaed .work location of tbe work, and sisncd b> .or on behalf of the: notico to-be four weeks, between tlie'clqse of the next preceding notice and the time ofHhe consideration of tlio Petition, in four Issues-of one otner.newspaper publlshedUn English and before tho which notice Bhall be filed i For "Appointments Phone' 1942'' MRS: 1321 MISS AILEBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal- Mnslc, London, England. 100 cent year successfnL MRS. W. H ot Piano and Tbenry. Pupil- prepared Tor the Toronto Conservatory ot Music eiams If desired. Annaal spring recital. Studio, 1238 Eth Are. A. Sonth :-CLEANERS PRESSERS PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Ta'x Consultations. Acadia TJIock.v Telepndhe-lSlC. ---3rd' Av'e. S. THE in French dry We are the oiaatt .c3'-aners In the city. 'We nse 't.ba i genulna Ftenrh Tfhlch COT- and eliminates pos- Injnry.to class results Spe'cial attention la country South. end LOO FRESSINO, Repairing'and alteration5-well doTiq Bt reasonable prices. 'We sal) fot and deliver goods. 220 7th St. South. Phono 1E28- SETTER WATCH REPAIBINC LETHBRIDGE OJ-b GOLD a SILVER BOUGHT orr-AiCETTLBNH WELDINO N. Comer: 1st Are. ani'.miT Street, All received in the Herald Football Competition is paid put lln quarries. Hon. Walter Rollo, minister o( labor for said; the Dominion gov- crnme.nt bear one- third.. of the dlsbuVsemonls.mAde by irtiiniclpalllies in cases vhero employment not ,tie provided and financial assistance had to be given arid the Ontario gov- ernment would also bear one-third of :tie coat. Mr. Hollo sain- he saw no reason why the six thousand'.mcn of tho inetar trades "out of work in Tor- onto should not be employed in mak- ing roiling slock -for. tho Grand Trunk Railway which was now a government railway. Manufacturers could help, tio said, by shortening Ihe liours oE insiead of Jaying a tbo olHce'-of Hie tuo House. 322. Every appllcsrit' for a Private Dill 'shall doirosit'witliUlip 'Clerk o the House ten days prior to tho meeting of 'the a' receipt from tlic Provincial Treasurer 'a' sum 'of two said doe not exceed ten pages, and ton deilars additional for-each iiagu1 ov'o'r th'at for. the purpose of this Rule four hundred arid fifty words shall bp hcld-to. page, and If such Bill Is not deposited by tho time above specified, the applicant in addition to the sum of "two hundred dollars pay the sum of five'dollars for each and every day which intervenes between Ihe salil tenth day before tho meeting of the House and tho dato df the flitaE of the Bill with the Clerk, up to tho 323. For each .day after the opening of the Session, tha applicant shall pay In addition fo the.fpregoing charges the sum of ton dollars for each and every day up to -Ilia: tenth day of the Session. tLt.JL.llJL EPectHo Linht Power i Contractor! GUNSMITHS Wirreli; BtralgbteDed. ed. eab'work gunsmith, made, lock! repaired, tjpcwrltera. pbonqtraphi, any .lifbt inicblnery repaired, D I" -Macdonaia; Indian Hoiorcyclt Agent Phono 1032. eth Btieet, opposite Herall office.': Sljrn Wrtttag: EitrmXM Tbe oideit eitsbllihed phone H72. phone 17B.1 f Buy at Home" I'O HAVE EQUAL VOICE WITH EMPLOYERS 324. 'In addition to-th'e foregoing 'charges, (lie applicant" shall ;p'ay the, tentb flay lo tho 'the Session for each and even a further sum of fifteen dollars.- from 1 .c.vcry day .325. Aflcr the expiration of twenty days from the'opening of'tiie Houss, the aforesaid amounts; together witlrairexUa porialty of ono hundred dollars, and in cast) of .1 a'cpmpany a receipt from tho Registrar of Joint Steel: Companies'for fees as fixed by law for tho registration of Joint Stock Companies, 325. Before any petition praying Wr leave to bring in dblir for tlio THEMORE ENTRIES BIGGER PRIZES CHICACO, Dec. Peoples' flas and Llghl Company, one of the largest public utility concerns in the. country, plans to establish ail "indus- trial democracy" among its workers so that the employees will havp an equal'voice with their employers In deciding questions which affect them, it was announced last nlcht by Sam- uel Inr.ull, president of tho company. Jlr. Insult wrote a letter to every em- ployee before It is put into effect., The principle ot the plan will con- sist of Joint councils in which the em- .ployecs wllKhavo etiual represents- "tlon with (ho SHIPPING .INTERESTS OPPOSED OTTAWA, Dec! Irafflc sittings of ttio-n6ard.pt Railway Commissioners which open ed .Tuesday was concluded yesterday when 'argument was heard In tho ap plication of tlie Canadian Pacific Hall way for an order allowing c'ancella tlon of the present slopovor arrange for'graln products and hay and potato shipments at Montreal nnd Outrerhont. The proposal'was oppos- ed by ot tho shipping interests, s' deposit with. tlio Clerk tho following documents: '325. A map or I'lSn "iip'on a'scaleSof not'-Iess thatf one Inch to tlireo miles showing 'tho whihh it is Intended to construct the proposed work, and sliow.ing.nlso tho lines of existing or authorized works, of s similar cnnraclor within a radius of thlrly mllri fro'fn 'the location of the proposed works or-nriy part thcreof'are Intended 'to be constructed, such mnp nr plan to be signed' by tho ienglnecr or other party making the 4ame. Also description of tlie nature, extent nnd proposed char- acter ot the contemplated Works, and ail cstlmalo-of the probable cost thereof 330. All Prlvste Dills for Ada of incorporation of or In amendment ol Acts Incorporating railway companies shall bo drawn III accordance with Iho Model Bill attached to these Rules; copies of. "which may bo" obtained from the Clerk of tho House. In any Dill which are not In accord with Model Bill, 'shall bo Inserted bc.twcen brackets, and when revised by the proper officer shall be so printed, and Bills which; arc' not in accordanc with this Kule shall be relumed to tho promoters to be re-cost before boIn revised and printed. 332, Any sections of existing Ads which arc proposed to bo amended shall bo reprinted In full witfi tuo amendments inserted in their proper places and between brackets, 331. All. Private- Blllt for AcU of Incorporation shnil so framed Ihe tshciJ or c o ncorporaton snl so framed W'lncorporato.by reference clauses of tho general Acts relating to details to be provided sifch Billsi Special grounds sltall bn osiablts W any deparWro, from (bis; principle, or for tho introduction, o otncr provlslohs as to Biich details and a note, shall bo appended to tho Bill indicating the provisions' thereof, in which Iho general Act Is proposed to bo departed frow.; Bills, which nre not frameil in accordance with this Ruin nhflll be the ond reprinted at their expense auy Commltleo passes upon tho clauses. y.' 'y 338, When any Bill for 'conflrmlrjg any loiters patent or agreement is pr'esented to the Housoy.-a 'Certified copy of such letters of agreement mus be; attached. to, it. 'K f S.-.JQHN B.-C.OWEU> of the. LeBlslativo Assembly Any iiorfspaper -pabllahlrig this advertisement -vrllhout aulhorily wil n< to .Ad-- Specially fnr Electficsl' oa PIANO .TUNINO a! -ii PtByfjr.-Piano' and. Organ Repairer !p .years' factcry' eiperienco. osrs T. England Keferencez to the leading musicians ol the'city. Phone 116S 621 Itllt. Dtcnratinit iiii CW I, COPBLAVD -E R The Pyramid'Decorntlns Co Inter- ior decorating and paperhanglng a elalty SatlRfied cUBtomora our aim; Pbone. 1903, BIB 12th Sf South. V JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DEiCOaATOR. years' eiportence ,ta EiteA lor and Interior Decoratlnc. lith Soulli Etttaates froe. Rei. Phoae net; In rited cf TRACTOB Repairs It will be to your Inter cut to try US. We have'an Macblno ,Bbop afcrt employ onHflrsf claii In pried fid-workmanshtp Tfaclcf Cylinriera -and fitted wilh'ovor.aizd plstooj rings NiVEN JI8 ttl Ave. S. BROS, Phone 17JZ Gurney-Oxford furneces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMiTlHNG FREEL FLLIOTT 336 6t; Hi. Phont WINTER RADIATORS' Why nor bivo Ai bllo Radiator He-cored before, tho frost comes, with tho best Honey-comb' COro obtainable. Drop in and let us tell you about It, or ask Eomcouo who' has one. They STAND UP. ANDY Tho RaiJIatbr Man ''Oil Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill, L. D. S. Publications i ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Otttrtti Kewi Aflint :jDoris. I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, B.RINTINO, ETC, 1214 THIRD AVE.'SO. ;